Southern New Hampshire University's undergraduate justice studies programs are more comprehensive than typical criminal justice majors.
The justice studies programs are offered exclusively on campus, at the associate and bachelor's degree levels. The BS lets you choose a general track or a concentration in crime and criminology, law and legal process, policing and law enforcement, and terrorism and homeland security.
Whichever track you choose, you’ll examine everything from psychosocial theories to causal factors and associated variables of a criminal lifestyle. You'll also explore compatible career paths for professionals with undergraduate criminal justice majors, including juvenile justice, human services, child and family services, parole and probation officers, security and more.